In this volume, M. Afzalur Rahim gathers ten contributions covering a diverse range of topics. These include Type III error in medical decision making, a theoretical model of social intelligence, a structural equations model of social intelligence, servant theory of leadership, entrepreneurial motives and orientations, stress and strain among self-employed and organizationally employed employees, a theory of communication nexus, foreign direct investment from emerging markets, operations and strategy of healthcare management, and knowledge recipients and knowledge transfer.international perspectives.
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Contents include: Foundations of Social Intelligence; A Model of Leaders' Social Intelligence, Interpersonal Justice, and Creative Performance; Servant Leadership and Psychological Climate as Moderators of Job Satisfaction "Organizational Citizenship Behavior Relationship"; "Entrepreneurship Motives, Entrepreneurial Orientation, and Duration of New French Firms"; "Relationship between Job-Related Stressors and Job Burnout"; "Communicating in the 21st Century Workplace"; "Outward Foreign Direct Investment Activities and Strategies by Firms from Emerging Markets"; "Healthcare Management"; and "The Relationships of Knowledge Recipients to Knowledge Transfer."
Cumulatively, these contributions integrate theory, research, and practice from national and